While working with the Fujifilm X-Pro1, I noticed one very strange phenomenon – the camera’s autofocus system makes babies cry! It is strange, but when I would hand the X-Pro1 to a baby and turn the camera on, they would be very happy until they half-pressed the shutter button, which would cause autofocus to start its painfully slow and inaccurate process of acquiring focus, ultimately making the baby upset:
On a serious note, I am trying to catch up with all the gear reviews, so you will be seeing more of those within the next few weeks. I got a hold of the D3200, D800E, D4 and some other toys, so I will be quite busy the next month or so evaluating the cameras and writing more reviews. The Fuji X-Pro1 Review did not have any camera comparisons when I published it, because there was no RAW support at the time. Since Lightroom 4.1 can now handle Fuji X-Pro1 RAW files, I will be working on finishing up the review with some camera comparisons later this week.
We will also be making a couple of announcements this week regarding our upcoming workshop schedule this year, along with a photo contest and some of the projects we are currently working on.